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AMLO invites relatives of Che Guevara to a party for the independence of Mexico

MIAMI, United States.- The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), invited relatives of Julian Assange, Nelson Mandela and Ernesto “Che” Guevara to the official celebrations of the party for the independence of the Aztec country, which will have place in mid-September.

Several mexican media They echoed this Wednesday the words of AMLO, who has previously expressed his closeness and admiration for figures such as the Argentine Alberto Fernández, the Bolivian Luis Arce, the Chilean Gabriel Boric or the Peruvian Pedro Castillo.

The president announced this Wednesday in his usual morning conference that he would invite several personalities to attend the celebrations, which include the “Cry of Independence” speech, on the night of September 15 in the CDMX Zócalo, and the military parade the morning of September 16.

Among the guests that AMLO referred to are the father and son of the Australian Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks and who faces several espionage charges in the United States. López Obrador has publicly defended and offered political asylum to Assange. Relatives of South African President Nelson Mandela and the daughter of guerrilla fighter Ernesto “Che” Guevara were also invited to Mexico.

The invitation also included the former rulers of Bolivia, Evo Morales, and of Uruguay, José Mujica, and the son, wife and granddaughter of US civil rights defender Martin Luther King.

The Mexican president is an open defender of the Cuban dictatorship and in recent months has shown his support for the Havana regime in hiring doctors from the island, the help he provided to put out and burn the Matanzas Supertanker Base, as well as the acquisition of 9 million doses of the vaccine candidate against COVID-19 Abdala.

Abdala will arrive in the Aztec nation, as was known this Tuesday, as part of the federal program to vaccinate children between five and 11 years of age.

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